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  1. Don't tell the others, but she still is my favorite I just love her so much. Soilent Green has colored her up even more, her fins are nice and yellow, and her orange is so deep it almost looks red, depending on the light. Some photos of her in a 1.5g tub, because when she has more room, she will not hold still for photos. I love how flexible these fish are. Whoever says that a 10"+ single tail needs lots of room to turn around, does not know what they are talking about Look at the length of her pelvic fins! Proof that her tail is pretty much as long as her body. Being not very cooperative. She does not mind being touched, but she dislikes being "held". When this fish thrashes, it is difficult to hold her. When transferring her from one place to another, I have to use both hands to keep her under control, with her being confined between my flat "praying hands". Dorsal not extended but still impressive. I love that the lead rays of all her fins are black, that looks so cool GET IN THE TABLESPOON!!! Last but not least, a before and after picture of her. She was so tiny and plain looking, but you can recognize her by her markings. And oh the horrid cloudiness during cycling... And a short video of her being gorgeous.
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